CLST 304 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Paeonius, Passai, Bouleuterion

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Now in late 5th c. see a revival of the school of movement in sculptures (remember myron life-like sculptures, the cows that people thought were real) Best example is the nike of paionios (pic not totally complete) From the temple of zeus at olympia. From inscription: dedicated by messenians after victory in 425 in peloponnesian. Scupltor is paionios (signed it), came from north of greece. It is a big, 2m tall statue, put on 10 m pedestal. Wet drapery look (clothes stuck to her body ,thin material, we can see through) Nike flying through the air, that"s what it looks like (cid:523)clothes moving as if in breeze(cid:524) Agora is good place to look at this. Agora is important as it shows different kinds of buildings. Useful for both religious and secular buildings. Athens now a democracy, so ideas for buildings are changing, different needs. Every town had an agora (starting in ~8th c. when there was city states)

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